The team made a Final Four appearance for the first time since winning the NCAA Championship in 1977.
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The 2011-2012 season was a watershed one for Crean and the program, which saw a 27–9 record and a sweet 16 appearance.
The season also saw home wins over #1 ranked Kentucky (on a buzzer-beater at the end of regulation), #2 ranked Ohio State, and #5 ranked Michigan State.
In his nine years with Marquette, Crean's teams earned five NCAA Tournament bids, one more than the previous four Marquette coaches had in the 16 years prior to his arrival.
During his tenure there Crean recruited, developed and coached a number of skilled players that made significant contributions in both the NCAA and NBA, including Dwyane Wade, Dominic James, Steve Novak, and Travis Diener.
Michigan State later went on to honor Crean with a 2000 National Championship ring; even though he wasn't on the staff at the time, he'd helped recruit and develop many of the players on the title team.
According to Crean, "Once Marquette became available, that's where my sights were.
Crean spent two stints at Michigan State, first during the 1989-1990 season as a graduate assistant under then head coach Jud Heathcote at the behest of then assistant coach Tom Izzo, whom Crean had befriended on the summer camp circuit.
From 1990 to 1994 Crean served as the associate head coach under Ralph Willard at Western Kentucky.
Izzo and Crean became such good friends that Crean lived in Izzo's house and Izzo was an usher in Crean's wedding.
According to Crean at the time, "It was a great opportunity for me to go back home. I don't think I would have left Ralph for anything else." In each of Crean's four seasons, Michigan State's win total increased, culminating with a 33-5 season and a 15-1 Big Ten ledger in 1999.
Thomas Aaron Crean (born March 25, 1966) is an American college basketball coach and the former head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team.